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How To Migrate To Canada From Singapore

Find Out How to Migrate to Canada from Singapore Easily

Migrating to Canada from Singapore

The best mode migrating to Canada from Singapore is through the Permanent Residency (PR) Status. The PR status is attained for a period of five and has benefits similar to the full Canadian citizen. Some of the PR benefits are listed below:

  • Free Health Insurance
  • Free Education
  • Protection against Crime as per Canadian Law

Further, it is a good news that in the last few year, the government of Canada has relaxed its rules for immigration and has invited more and more applicants.When moving to Canada, it is advisable if the candidate tries to avail the PR status in Canada which can be attained through two ways – Express Entry Program and Provincial Nominee Program (PNP). While Express Entry would allow the immigrant to settle anywhere in the country, PNP will allow the candidate with the benefit to settle in that particular province only.

Screening time of application

It is a long process of immigrating to Canada from documentation to medical all the requirements generally take time but thanks to the Express Entry Program the time frame is reduced to 6 to 12 months.

Express Entry Program

It was introduced in January 2015 and it is mode of filling online for PR status in Canada. It is a point based measurement system under which the eligibility of the candidate is evaluated on the basis of points gained by him which are examined under the radar of CRS (Comprehensive Ranking System) which decides the minimum point requirement for being eligible to apply for PR Status. The minimum CRS point is decided by IRCC, the governing body of Canada for immigration rules and regulations. The points are calculated based on the following parameters –

  • Age – Although there is no age limit for migrating to Canada but if a person is between 18 to 35 years of age then more points are allocated
  • Language proficiency – it is cross checked through IELTS and CLB examination. Scoring high band in IELTS can guarantee good points to the candidate.
  • Education – Calculated under the ECA, the educational degree should be at par with the Canadian education board.
  • Work Experience – The candidate should be skilled and having good work experience makes one eligible for good score points
  • Adaptability – having a sibling already settled in Canada can help one to garner good points.

However, due to some reason if a person is unable to score enough points and get through Express Entry Program then another way of applying for a PR status is through Provincial Nominee Program (PNP) GET TO CANADA WITH A PR STATUS IN 6 to 12 MONTHS

Provincial Nominee Program (PNP)

Under PNP, the PR status is allocated to the candidate for a particular province only for which the eligibility criteria were met by the candidate. It is important to note that every province has its own eligibility criteria which decides whether the candidate should get the PR status or not. The PR status eligibility for PNP is guaranteed by calculating – Age, Language proficiency, work experience, education and adaptability. Further, the PR status is allocated for a period of five years and it is ethically viable if the candidate stays in the province which has granted him / her the PR status for a minimum period of two years before shifting to a new location.  However, after staying in Canada for a period of three years then the candidate becomes eligible to apply for full Canadian citizenship as well. 

LATEST UPDATE ON CANADA PR STATUS 2019

What are the things to be kept in mind when choosing a Province?

Relocating to a new place can be highly intimidating but good research and sound knowledge of the place you will be shifting to before changing the location can help you to a major extent in resetting. Based on your skills, talent and work experience you can choose a province where your line of work is in high demand, this will help your case attain high points and also will be economically viable for you in the future. SELECTING A PROVINCE BASED ON YOUR PREFERENCE

Live and work in Canada

Canada has something for every occupation and based on your academic qualification and work experience a person can opt for a position suited with his / her capabilities. However, it is recommended to undertake a work position in alignment with the previous work employments for at least 12 months before shifting the line of profession all together.  After a suitable time frame, the line of work can be shifted as per the employment opportunities and capabilities of the Individual. All in all, the market of Canada is highly favourable and extremely acceptable for the new entries.   In certain areas there are some professions which are in huge demand, some of it are listed now –

  • IT professionals – Much needed in Ontario, Manitoba, British Columbia and Nova Scotia
  • Nurses – There is a huge demand of Nurses in Nova Scotia.
  • Chartered Accountants- The Job Market for this profile is highly in demand for provinces like British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba and Ontario
  • Software Engineers- Employers, who look for Engineering professionals are in Nova Scotia, Saskatchewan, British Columbia and Ontario.
  • Doctors- Employment opportunities for Doctors are prolifically present in Alberta, Saskatchewan, Newfoundland and Ontario.
  • Indian lawyers- It is highly sort after profession in Provinces like Saskatchewan, Alberta and Manitoba.
  • Food Technologist-The Job Market for this profile is highly in demand in Nova Scotia and Saskatchewan.

Why is it important to go through Immigration process with proper professional immigration Services?

Although the process of migrating has become faster and easier it is best to go through the immigration process with the help of a consultant. As the application is now filled online the geographical location and fee structure should not matter much for the candidate rather good success rate should be kept in mind. A good consultancy can help you by:

  • Who can properly guide you through the whole scenario and helps you choose from the best option available for you based on your credentials.
  • There is no fear of rejection of the application.

There are numerous laws and papers to be taken care of before you attain a PR status and having professional help can solve most of your worries.

What are things to cross check before hiring a Consultancy firm?

It is pertinent that before engaging with any Immigration consultancy firm certain areas are carefully evaluated:

  • The consultancy firm is certified by ICCRC (Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory Council)
  • It should have proper office setup
  • Learn about the services they offer through their website
  • It is important to research and evaluate their track record before investing in them as your representative.
  • The panel of experts should have complete knowledge of the Immigration process.

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How Nationwide Immigration Services can help people from Singapore to migrate to Canada?

With 11 years in the Immigration industry, Nationwide Immigration Service has created a niche for itself. We believe in providing the clients with the best services in the business so that we form a long term relationship with them. We have 100% success rate in the processing of more than 10,000 applications and have served every client holistically. With the panel of experts working to take care of all your needs and requirements we provide the best service based on the options available.

Since the application filing has become an online process now with the advent of technology, we have clients from across the world. We have a happy client base from Singapore as well and we cater to them as per their comfort zone as we understand that the needs of every client is different therefore personalised counselling as per the requirements of the clients is highly important.   For more information, feel free to write to us at info@nationwidevisas.com or you can also call us at +91-92 92 92 92 81

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